checkpoints in place. >> we are going to build a new eight checkpoints. >> reporter: eight new checkpoints? >> yes, yes. >> reporter: so, security is a priority here? if i don't have security, no one's here. >> reporter: business is coming back, he says, with weddings booked later this month. across kabul, afghans tell us their resilience. having lived through 30 years of war. but back at the bread shop, abdul reminds us, even if they're not targets, ordinary afghans are collateral damage. the wealthy can afford private security, nice hotels, have checkpoints. what can you do to try to protect yourself? i have only god, he replies. seth doane, cbs news, kabul. coming up a little later on "the early show," the latest on the attack in norway. and a look at whether the u.s. can stop a homegrown terrorist.